Co-Chairs:

  • Judy Kruger, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  • DeShawn Decoup, Food and Nutrition Services (FNS)
  • Delphine Williams, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Workforce Programs

This Line of Business facilitates interagency communication, shared best practices and work-force education. The goal is to provide accurate, timely and useful information throughout the FEB Network. The FEB Workforce Development Council identifies and distributes information on Federal workforce programs for use by all agencies.

FEB Professional Detail Assignment Opportunities

APPLY NOW!! CAREER DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY: FEB PROFESSIONAL DETAIL ASSIGNMENTS Federal Executive Board Announces Executive Rotational Detail Opportunities NOW AVAILABLE!!
Background The Atlanta Federal Executive Board announces executive rotational assignment opportunities designed to maximize effectiveness, broaden perspectives and potential, and prepare for challenges on the federal horizon. Federal agencies should invest in and emphasize career development by supporting candidates who are interested in these opportunities. The Atlanta Federal Executive Board's executive rotation assignments are designed to bolster cross-agency exposure for high-potential employees. This cost-efficient program provides each participant an FEB rotation assignment to help develop or enhance specific leadership competencies identified by both the participant and his/her home supervisor. These competencies align with the Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs), and support the participant’s Individual Development Plan (IDP). Program Objectives The Atlanta Federal Executive Board's executive rotation assignments enables emerging federal leaders to expand their leadership competencies, broaden their organizational experiences, and foster networks they can leverage in the future. Specifically, the program aims to:
  • Deliver a collaborative, cross-agency program to reduce barriers to inter-agency mobility.
  • Enhance the participants’ leadership competencies through a meaningful rotational assignment and through other developmental opportunities outside of their current agencies.
  • Expand the participants’ inter-agency experience either within or outside their current area of expertise.
  • Offer engaging and insightful inter-agency cohort events that allows the participant to network and interact with other agency personnel.
Detail Opportunities: The Atlanta Federal Executive Board is seeking four (4) exceptional candidates for rotational assignments to manage the various aspects of the lines of business in which the Federal Executive Boards are engaged. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis and the Atlanta FEB reserves the right to make on-the-spot offers to outstanding candidates so APPLY NOW!! FEB Line of Business 1 - Emergency Preparedness and Employee Safety Manager ECQ Focus Area: Leading Change GS 11-15 Opportunity Strategic Goal 1 - FEB Executive Development and Rotational Assignment Application FEB Line of Business 2 - Workforce Development and Human Capitol Readiness Manager ECQ Focus Area: Leading People GS 11-15 Opportunity Strategic Goal 2 - Executive Development and Rotational Assignment Application FEB Line of Business 3 - Intergovernmental Collaboration and Community Outreach Manager ECQ Focus Area: Building Coalitions GS 11-15 Opportunity Strategic Goal 3 - Executive Development and Rotational Assignment Application Executive Assistant to the Executive Director ECQ Focus Area: Business Acumen GS 7-9 Opportunity Executive Assistant - Executive Development and Rotational Assignment Application FEB provides equal opportunity for all persons without regard to race, color, age, national origin, religion, gender, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, political affiliation and conduct not adversely affecting employee performance.
Atlanta Federal Executive Board Richard B. Russell Federal Building 75 Ted Turner Dr SW  Suite 1142 Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone (404) 331-4400 Fax (404) 331-4270
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Peak Performance Program “P3”

The Peak Performance for Aspiring Leaders Program was established in 2013 to target full-time federal employees grades GS/7 to GS/12 in order to offer opportunities for development and leadership training for aspiring leaders. The P3 program consists of 21 classes and workshop dates which are scheduled throughout the calendar year and delivered beginning in January and continuing through September. These classes concentrate on developing aspiring leaders by evolving their oral communication, written communication, public service, self-direction, problem solving, and decision making, along with many other leadership competencies vital for effective leadership. The Atlanta Federal Executive Board (FEB) did not hold a P3 class for 2019 due to the shut down. The application and selection period for the 2020 class will begin in October 2019. Thank you for your patience.
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President’s Management Council Interagency Rotational Development Program “PMC”

The Atlanta Federal Executive Board (ATL-FEB) is soliciting participation from Federal Agencies within the greater Atlanta Metro-area to participate in the President’s Management Council Interagency Rotation Program.   The President’s Management Council (PMC) sponsors an interagency rotation program for high-potential GS 13-15s. The PMC Interagency Rotation Program is a cost-efficient program that provides each participant (GS 13-15s) an interagency rotational assignment to help develop or enhance specific leadership competencies identified by both the participant and the home supervisor. These competencies align with the Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs), and are outlined in the participant’s Individual Development Plan (IDP). The PMC Interagency Rotation Program enables emerging Federal leaders to expand their leadership competencies, broaden their organizational experiences, and foster networks they can leverage in the future. If you have questions, please contact the Atlanta FEB project lead for this effort: Donnette Sturdivant (Sturdivant.Donnette@epa.gov).
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Employee of the Year Awards

The Atlanta Federal Executive Board's 43rd Annual Federal Employee of the Year Awards Ceremony was held Wednesday May 11, 2016.  This year’s event was a collaborative effort hosted by the Peace Corps, Eastern Region and the Atlanta Federal Executive Board. The awards program was a huge success, and the atmosphere was energetic and enjoyed by attendees from various agencies throughout the Atlanta federal community! The awards program is a part of ongoing activities conducted by federal agencies in recognition of Public Service Recognition Week (PSRW), which has been celebrated during the first full week of May since 1985.  Celebrated this year from May, 2-6 2016, PSRW is a time set aside each year to honor the men and woman who serve America as federal, state, and local employees.  Throughout the nation and around the world, public employees use the week to educate citizens about the many ways in which government serves the people and how government services make life better for all of us. We would like to salute all of the nominees who were recognized for their contributions to federal government.  We appreciate your hard work and dedication.  We wanted to especially acknowledge the award finalists and to identify the winners of the 2016 Employee of the Year Awards.  Please join us in congratulating the 2016 Atlanta Federal Executive Board Employee of the Year winners, they are: Outstanding Manager Award Kristin Kelling, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Outstanding Supervisor Award Meredith C. Anderson, U.S.Environmental Protection Agency Outstanding Scientific Award Daniel Scheidt, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Outstanding Professional Award Nathan Lietzke, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Outstanding Achievement in Diversity Award Dr. Karla Taylor, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Outstanding Technician Award Patrice Williams, U.S.Environmental Protection Agency Outstanding Secretarial or Administrative Support Award James Bellinger IV, Internal Revenue Service Outstanding Award for Heroism (Individual or Group) LaVern M. Turner, Department of Health and Human Services Outstanding Team Award CO-OP Wind Down Team, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Kitichia Weekes Shannon Comage Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service – The Thomas Liederbach Memorial Award (Individual) Marcia Blane - Internal Revenue Service Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service – The Thomas Liederbach Memorial Award (Group) Kim Brown, Internal Revenue Service Stephen P. Eaton, Internal Revenue Service Outstanding Customer Service Award (Individual or Group) Henry H. Slack,P.E., U.S.Environmental Protection Agency Outstanding Employee with a Disability Award Breon Fuller,  Internal Revenue Service Outstanding Law Enforcement Award Office of Inspector General, Office of Investigations, Health & Human Services Derrick Jackson Rick Burguieres Kelly McCoy Chris Covington Edye Palma Outstanding Partnership Award (Interagency) Strong Cities Strong Communities (SC2) Team Jamie Higginsr Stephen P. Smith Margaret Olson Keriema S. Newman Stephen D. Smith David Egetter Brian Gross Anne E. Keller Ed Fendley Adam Klinger David Glasgow Raabia Budhwani Jennifer Hughes Outstanding Partnership Award (External) Haile Gold Mine Team - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Larry Long Kelly Laycock Richard Darden Phillip Mancusi-Ungaro Lee Thomas Kip Tyler Glenn Fernandez Gina Fonzi Anna Cornelious Congratulations to these winners who represent the best in government.  We appreciate your commitment and dedication.  A tremendous thank you again to the hosting agencies:  Peace Corps, Eastern Region, Administration for Children and Families, the Internal Revenue Service, the Defense Contract Management Agency, and the Atlanta Federal Executive Board for hosting a fantastic event!
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